Gustavo Dudamel steps down as music director of Paris National Opera

Conductor Gustavo Dudamel resigns as music director of Paris National Opera operator wire.

“It is with great sadness and long reflection that I announce my resignation as music director of the Paris Opera in order to spend more time with my family. “It has been a privilege for me to share wonderful moments with the Paris Opera’s orchestra, choir and creative teams over the past two seasons,” said Dudamel.

At the same time, General Manager of the Paris Opera, Alexander Nif, thanked the artist for the collaborative work, noting that the conductor’s talent added a lot to the theater’s repertoire. He described Dudamel as a “great musician” and noted that he managed to form “special relationships” with musicians and other theater artists.

Previously It has been reported that Migran Agadzhanyan will leave the post of chief conductor of the Perm Opera. He stated that he would resign from his position as chief chief on June 14, 2023. The artist also expressed his gratitude to the team and the public with whom he had to work at the Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre.

Source: Gazeta


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